Your Day in Health: The Financial Reward of Working Out
TIME: The Financial Rewards of Working Out
“Heading to the gym at least three times a week has been linked to higher pay—7% more for men, 12% for women, according to Cleveland State associate professor Vasilios Kosteas. Improved energy levels, mental acuity, and mood may be fueling the boost.” Read full story.
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HUFFINGTON POST: A Few Servings Of Walnuts Weekly Benefits Older Americans, Says New Study
“Eat more walnuts and age better, says a new study that was published in the Journal of Nutrition. The study advises that by consuming between one and two servings of walnuts per week, approximately ¼ cup per serving, older Americans may be able to reduce the risk of developing physical impairments later on in life, giving them a higher quality of life and more independence.” Read full story.
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NPR: With A Zap, Scientists Create Low-Fat Chocolate
“Physicists say they’ve discovered how to zap the fat out of chocolate. The researchers, led by Rongjia Tao of Temple University, were able to remove up to 20 percent of fat by running liquid milk chocolate through an electrified sieve. And they say the chocolate tastes good, too.” Read full story.